Mike M. #32

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Mike M. #32

850.00

Review by Pamela Mortensen:

Built for those who love to play fast. This sweet didge plays with a speed normally reserved for higher pitched sticks. It has a nice clear voice, well balanced acoustics and awesome vocal capabilities that are just waiting to be explored. Though it sounds great in an acoustic setting, this didge also shines when mic'd up. It has a wonderful responsiveness making jaw drops a breeze. The first three horns are clear and easy. The mouthpiece is just right for either playing from the front or side and lightness in weight is a bonus for easy transport. - Pam

Didgeridoo by Mike McCaslin #32 

Wood: Alder

Length: 76"

Mouthpiece: 1" 5/16th (1.31")  Laminated with Ash, Mahogany, Black Walnut and Teak

Bell: I.D. 3.5"

Drone C#

Horns: C#, A, D#, B, C#

Backpressure: HIgh

 

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